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As-Salam as-Sultani

-نشيد وطني عماني
English: Royal Salutation or Sultanic Salutation
as-Salām as-Sultānī

National anthem of  Oman
Lyrics Rashid bin Uzayyiz Al Khusaidi
Music James Frederick Mills
Adopted 1970
Music sample

as-Salām as-Sultānī (Arabic: نشيد السلام السلطاني‎, meaning "Royal Salutation or Sultanic Salutation") is the Sultanate of Oman's national anthem. The national anthem is dedicated to Sultan Qaboos.


Transliteration English translation Arabic Script
Ya Rabbana Ehfid hi Lana Jalalat Al Sultan O Lord, protect for us our Majesty the Sultan يا ربنا احفظ لنا جلالة السلطان
Waashabi Fee Al'wtan And the people in our land, والشعب في الأوطان
Bialeizy Walaman. With honour and peace. بالعز و الأمان
Walyadum Muoayadda, May he live long, strong and supported, وليدم مؤيدا
Aahilan Momajjada; Glorified be his leadership. عاهلا ممجدا
Bilnufoosi Yuftda. For him we shall lay down our lives. بالنفوس يفتدى
Ya Oman, Nahnoo Min Ahd Il Nabi O Oman, since the time of the Prophet يا عمان نحن من عهد النبي
Awfiya Min K'ram Al Arabi. We are a dedicated people amongst the noblest Arabs. أوفياء من كرام العربي
Abshiry Qaboos Jaa' Be happy! Qaboos has come ابشري قابوس جاء
Faltubarakhu 'I Sama'. With the blessing of Heaven. فلتباركه السماء
Waasidy Waltoq'hi Bilduoaa Be cheerful and commend him to the protection of our prayers. واسعدي والتقيه بالدعاء

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  • - Audio of the national anthem of Oman, with information and lyricsNashid as-Salaam as-SultaniOman:
  • Instrumental version of "Nashid as-Salaam as-Sultani" in RealAudio
  • Vocal version of "Nashid as-Salaam as-Sultani" in MP3

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